The Business Case for Educating Frontline Workers

As business leaders compete to attract and
retain talent, they look to employee benefits. This is not only reserved for top-tier workers
with college degrees. Unskilled workers without higher education
can also reap rewards for both themselves and their employers when education is among
benefits offerings. Please note that education as a benefit is
more than job training. Employers that provide education benefits
gain access to a larger talent pool that will become better skilled and stick around longer
while also having higher productivity. Employees gain access to education, which
will help with career prospects and thus earning potential. They also become better suited for filling
middle-level management roles, which cause troubles for many employers. For more on this topic, including how education
benefits are impacted by tax reform and recession, read the full story at

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